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Who Is the Most At-Risk For Drug & Alcohol Addiction?

Addiction can affect anyone, pulling them into its darkness as the disease progresses. However, there are risk factors that place certain individuals at a higher risk of substance abuse. While

Recovery Challenges Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic and New Threats

As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to close, we hope that you will continue to prioritize your recovery needs during these challenging times. While the United States is far from

Recovery: Working Together is Essential to Progress

If you are dealing with an alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder, then you may have heard that there are many paths to recovery. You have likely heard of

Recovery First During Christmas

Christmas is now less than a week away. At NorthStar Transitions, we hope you are prepared for managing the holiday with recovery at the forefront of your mind. All of

PTSD and SUD Among Veterans

Veterans Day 2019 is less than a week away; it’s a valuable time to honor those who have served bravely in the United States military. This is also a vital

Alcohol Use Disorder Research in Colorado

Scientists have long held that there is a genetic predisposition element to both alcohol use disorder (AUD) and substance use disorder (SUD). This essentially means that some men and women

PTSD Awareness Month in America

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a clinically diagnosed psychiatric disorder that affects millions of Americans. Those who are living with the condition contend with debilitating symptoms. A person’s recovery depends

Recovery On New Year’s Eve

Men and women in their first year of recovery face an obstacle soon—New Year’s Eve. While all essential holidays can’t present issues for people with varying lengths of time, NYE


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